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Aug
22
answered Struggling with Haproxy 1.5 ACLs using regular expressions and URL Parameters
Aug
22
answered Searching Objects on SonicWALL (NSA 2600, SonicOS 6.1)
Aug
15
comment Keepalived loses VIP upon power cycle of master
One server needs to be MASTER, the other needs to be BACKUP.
Aug
15
answered Keepalived loses VIP upon power cycle of master
Aug
11
answered Where is that backup file?
Jul
25
answered Sonicwall TZ 180 VLAN Trunking
Jun
6
answered One domain hiding two servers
Jun
6
comment Sonicwall Fake network
I'll add that the Sonicwall can do NAT to translate the other network to something different (sometimes done when two networks between a VPN share the same address space), but the translation needs to happen both ways (meaning the "new device" needs to be able to NAT as well).
Jun
6
answered Sonicwall Fake network
Jun
5
answered OpenVPN - does it need public WAN IP mapping
May
30
comment Windows XP procedurally drop packets
Right. Quickest setup is to create a VM with no hard drive, 2 nics. Set it to boot from CD. Configure the two NICs, go to the web admin page to set your rules, then point at WANem from your test client/IP. Pretty easy.
May
30
answered Windows XP procedurally drop packets
Apr
6
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Jan
20
answered Stunnel multiple ports through the same Port
Jan
13
comment Is a dashed hostname preferrable to creating subdomains for an application and its environments?
Also, if you're using wildcard SSL, the dashed subdomain can be used with the wildcard cert. Higher level subdomains can't utilize a wildcard cert for the domain. (e.g. my-sub-domain.example.com can use *.example.com cert. my.sub.domain.example.com cannot)
Jan
10
answered Does each subdomain need it's own SSL certificate?
Jan
2
answered Best way to map wild card subdomains to unique ports?
Dec
5
answered FTP/FTPS/SFTP/SCP - Speed comparison
Jul
19
comment ESX Free: Creating clones of VMs to run concurrently as a branch version
No. Cloning and templates are only supported in licensed ESXi installations. You can copy the VM folders and create manual copies that way, but as John mentioned, you can run into issues with duplicate SIDs, IP conflicts, etc. Be careful.
Jul
17
answered Give an external IP to a Virtual Machine